IPS Fellow Saul Landau, an Emmy-award-winning filmmaker, was a cornerstone of the Institute for over four decades.
In a tough economy with dwindling social supports, children of privilege have a bigger head start than ever.
For close to 20 years, Elsbeth Bothe brought her special brand of insights and living and social justice into IPS, and she contributed generously, and IPS is much the better for it.
B., a man of ideas who was nimble to adapt to the times, understood that today's movement for the 99 percent had its roots in many earlier social movements.
A chronicle of a visit to the Cuban Five agent in a California prison shows tight security and endless longing for justice.
This article is part of the presentations for the seminar "RMALC: 20 years resisting and building alternatives to free trade." A summary in English is followed by the original Spanish version, including hyperlinks.
Raskin's commentary gains a renewed relevance in the context of Western "humanitarian" interventions in Libya and Yemen, and as the recent arrest of Serbian war criminal Ratko Mladic brings the contradictions of international law to the forefront.
Mexican human rights activists have issued an emergency appeal to apply international humanitarian standards in providing relief to more than 150 refugees.
In only one area of life are Americans officially considered 100% scared, and so 100% in need of protection, and that's when it comes to terrorism.
For the student of contemporary Japan, these are sad times...because of the growing sense that Japan lacks a truly responsible democratic government to address these issues, and because its people deserve better.